“We came up here with the clothes on our back practically. I didn’t have care – prenatal or anything. My upstairs neighbor said, ‘Why don’t you go to Families First? They’ll take care of you.’ ”
Having a muscular disease is a challenge, particularly when you’re part of a family whose collective energy is uncontainable. And especially when you’re a hockey-loving second-grader who wants nothing more than to run, play, and keep up with your friends.
When John and Carol came to Families First, both were homeless. They used our Mobile Health Care program, which brings medical, dental, counseling and social work services to people who lack stable housing and others with low incomes. They shared their stories in a video, to help us raise money to replace “Big Blue,” one of our first health care vans.